Travel Blogs from Kobe
... bubble baths with jets blowing water from different directions. After soaking in hot water for half an hour, we cooled down with some lemonade from a handy vending machine and relaxed in massage chairs (a very helpful Japanese man helped us figure out the buttons on the chairs!).
After the bath, we wondered around the train station area, checking out restaurants and arcade machine parlours :)
... All we can do is hope and pray that everyone comes out of it ok.
Here is a link to the Red Cross to help with relief efforts
Today the rain finally hit. First took the express train to Kobe. This is actualy an outer suburb of Osaka as it was all built up along the way ...
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Japan….its hard to find appropriate words to describe it to give it justice. So, Regal is the word Bryan and thought was the closest. I have been dreaming about Japan ever since we decided to come and teach in Asia. We would be teaching in Japan if it wasn’t the most expensive country in the world! Last Christmas, my Aunt Margie decided she would spend her Christmas Break 2010 on a 3 week adventure through Asia to come see us in Korea. So, we decided to save ...
... turrets,which are done in the traditional japanese architecture. You walk through the outer castle walls via a pair of huge wooden gates, which are impressive in their vast size. Then you go over another moat and through another gate to get to the main castle grounds. The castle itself is nothing like a concrete office block, but is a really beautiful japanese building in white, with beautiful blue and gold accents. We were quite taken with it, ...
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Other places to stay in Kobe
Arima Onsen, Kobe | 2 star ryokanfrom $147
Arima Onsen, Kobe | Ryokanfrom $215
Shin Kobe Station, Kobe | Ryokanfrom $70
3-5-18 Suma-ku Sumadera-cho , Kobe | Ryokanfrom $180
1-1-16 Nakamichidori Hyogoku, Kobe | Ryokanfrom $37
Motomachi Station, Kobe | 3 star ryokanfrom $83